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bulldoze in Construction topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbulldozebull‧doze /ˈbʊldəʊz $ -doʊz/ verb [transitive] 🔊 🔊 1 TBCto destroy buildings etc with a bulldozer2 TBCto push objects such as earth and rocks out of the way with a bulldozer3 bulldoze somebody into (doing) something→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
bulldozeIndustrial remains have been bulldozed and buried under newly laid turf.Congress is refusing to be bulldozed by the White House on the issue.But the tombs were empty; the bodies had been bulldozed into mass graves in the south, where they had fallen.After her death, it was vandalized and eventually bulldozed into nothing.This particular urban wildlife corridor is slated to be bulldozed, Jimerfield says.Shortly afterwards, an area nearby was bulldozed to make way for radar-tracking equipment.Every day that passes 74,000 acres of rainforest in the world are burned, logged or bulldozed to the ground.The homes were bulldozed two days later.